Robert Bjork, Professor of Psychology, University of California – Los Angeles, “The Importance of Learning How to Learn”

Diane Ebert-May, Professor of Plant Biology, Michigan State, “Professional Development of Faculty: How Do We Know it is Effective?”

Rick Moog, Professor of Chemistry, Franklin and Marshal, “POGIL: Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning”

Kathy Perkins, Professor of Physics, University of Colorado, “The CU Science Education Initiative: A Research-Based Approach to Improving Undergraduate Science Education”

Ken Koedinger, Professor of Psychology, Human Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, “The KLI Dependency: How the domain-specific and domain-general interact in STEM learning”

Susan Singer, Professor of Biology and Cognitive Science, Carleton College, “Scaffolding Undergraduate Genomics Learning”

Robert Linsenmeier, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Neurobiology & Ophthalmology, Northwestern University, “Design in the Engineering Curriculum”

Beth Marsh, Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience, Duke University, “Learning from Multiple-Choice Tests”

Toby Smith, Vice President of Policy, Association of American Universities, “Reforming Undergraduate STEM Education-The AAU Initiative”

Katherine Rawson, Professor of Psychology, Kent State, “Bang for the Buck: The Power of Successive Relearning”

Thomas Moore, Professor of Physics, Pomona College, “Six Ideas That Shaped Physics: A Different Approach to Introductory Physics”

Brian Ross, Professor of Psychology, University of Illinois, “Conceptual Problem Solving: Helping Students Learn Physics”